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« Reply #120 on: Nov 3rd, 2005, 2:09pm »

On November 15, 2005, Lorne Boulet, Missing from Chichester, NH, will be featured on Larry King Live.
Larry King Live airs on CNN at 9:00 PM ET and 6:00 PM PT.

Lorne is a now 25 year old man. On July 29, 2001, he waved bye to his parents to head out for his evening walk. This day turned out to be different from every other as he did NOT return.

I ask that you take a moment to visit his website...
www.findlorne.faithweb.com and forward it on to others you know. By doing this, YOU can make a difference. All it takes is for ONE person to recognize Lorne and reunite him with his family.

I want to thank all of you for your help, support, and Prayers! A *special* thank you goes out to Monica Caison and the CUE Center for making this possible. God Bless you all!

Keeping the Faith,
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« Reply #121 on: Nov 13th, 2005, 6:08pm »

Lorne,
How I wish you were here.
Today, your Uncle Paul passed away and I can't help but think about how much life has changed, people have aged, and time goes on, though apart of us are still standing still in time.
I watch everyone around me changed, yet my memories of you keep you looking the same.
Where-ever you are, I think of you often, everyday.
I love you, forever, Lorne and look forward to us being reunited.
May God watch over you!
Love You,
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xx Re: Lorne Boulet - July 29, 2001 - NH
« Reply #122 on: Dec 14th, 2005, 8:34pm »

Yesterday, I gave an over the phone interview with a reporter from the Boston Globe.
There is a 23 year old man that headed out for a walk in Massachusettes and never returned.
The reported wanted to speak to me as the case is similar to Lorne's. This young man suffers from BiPolar.

Please keep your eyes out for this article as there is another family feeling this pain this Holiday Season.

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« Reply #123 on: Jan 14th, 2006, 09:39am »



International Webcast featuring: East Coast Missing children and adults!
Gina Bos, Lorne Boulet, James Farrence Jr., Audrey May Herron, Sharon Ivy Jones, Asukile & Sakile Melchishua , Tina & Bethany Sinclair, William Smolinski Jr., Crystal Soles & Patricia Viola

Saturday Jan 14, 2005
8-10 PM PST
"GINA for Missing Persons"
LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBCAST CONCERT
Featuring: Kelly Fitzgerald (Salem, MA, native)
& Jannel Rap the C Street Band
www.kellyfitzgerald.net www.jannel.org
Kulak's Woodshed
5230 1/2 Laurel Canyon Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA
818-766-9913
To view click on link below
http://www.kulakswoodshed.com/
Join us and DO SOMETHING about it. If you can't make it to Hollywood you can do something about it anyway; by forwarding and watching! See you one way or another Saturday Night!
When singer/songwriter, Jannel Rap's sister (www.jannelrap.com), Gina Bos, disappeared Oct 17, 2000 she had no idea that this would be a pivotal life changing moment. Gina's story had no scandal, no suspects and lacked the hook and intrigue to get the attention of the national public. Gina Bos had simply vanished after performing at a pub in Lincoln, NE. Six months of slamming doors woke Jannel up in the middle of the night to do what she already does. The concept of using entertainment to get attention for the missing was born. Since Oct 2001, 150 concerts nationwide, 2 nonprofit organizations (www.411Gina.org, www.411Warrior.org), a TV show called "America Lost and FOUND" and now a monthly international webcast featuring east coast missing.

FEATURED ARTIST & Salem, MA native, Kelly Fitzgerald, just released her first solo CD "So Far." Kelly has shared the stage with such artists as Shelby Lynne, Nancy Griffith, Cheap Trick, Eddie Money, Vonda Shepard, the Gin Blossoms and more...

Thanks for your attention!
Jannel Rap

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www.AmericaLostandFOUND.org

PS Scroll down for detailed instructions re: LIVE Webcast! NOTE: Just follow the instructions. You do not have to pay $5. to watch, so don't let that confuse you!

For a tax deductible donation & to help us stay on the air:
Donate $30. & you receive a gift of the DVD of Web cast
Donate $50 & you receive a gift of the DVD and Missing CD
Donate $75 & you receive the DVD, Missing CD and Jannel Rap CD
Donate $100. & you receive the DVD, Missing CD and Jannel and KELLY's CD.
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HOW TO WATCH ONLINE!
Just go to http://www.kulakswoodshed.com/webcast.shtml
Click on: Take me to the Webcast (Performances from 8p-10p) PST
If you don't have it, download Windows Media Player (It's FREE!) from the site. It will be needed to view the live show. http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/default.asp
Click on the speed of your internet access
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256K/500K (DSL/CABLE)
Once the speed is selected, the show will begin on the internet.
During the Show, You can make a donation to the organization and Email the performers live. They will even talk back to you : )It is recommended that you try to get online ahead of time (follow the
prompts for webcast) to make sure you do not miss it. , k
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« Reply #124 on: Jan 17th, 2006, 05:00am »

By Scott Allen, Globe Staff

Lorne Boulet Jr.'s disappearance came without warning. The childlike, schizophrenic man left his New Hampshire home for a walk one summer afternoon more than four years ago and simply never returned
James Rowe veered between giddiness and sobs in his last phone conversation with his sister as he described the way a July 2004 conference on personal growth had changed him. Over the next few days, the Colorado restaurant owner abandoned his vehicle, shaved his head, and walked into the woods -- and his family hasn't heard from him since.

Michael Hogan, a shy man with obsessive compulsive disorder, left his job in Vermont one day, saying he needed to be alone. Eight months later, his mother is still so convinced he will call that she's left this message on her answering machine: ''Michael, if this is you, please let me know how I can contact you. . . . I miss you so much."

Boulet, Rowe, and Hogan are among thousands of mentally ill men and women who disappear each year -- barely noticed outside of their families and a clutch of organizations devoted to keeping their hopes alive. Their advocates believe that most of the 8,000 missing adults listed by the FBI as ''endangered" or ''disabled" suffer from some kind of mental illness and may have experienced a psychological break with reality that prompts them to abandon their former lives or attempt suicide.

The missing tend to be men, and their mental health problems run the gamut from sudden breakdowns in the face of adversity to chronic illnesses such as schizophrenia, which can cause delusions or feelings of paranoia. Bipolar disorder, which causes wide mood swings, also accounts for some of the disappearances; its victims follow unpredictable impulses.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missing and mentally ill

''Usually there is some sort of inner logic" when people with mental illness flee, ''even though it seems strange to other people," said Dr. Dost Ongur, director of the schizophrenia and bipolar disorder program at McLean Hospital. ''They might say they need to enroll in the armed services because they really need to go to Iraq to help America when everybody else says, 'You're 65 and you've got a bad back. It doesn't sound like a good idea.' "

The disappearance of an adult -- especially a man -- doesn't usually trigger the intensive communitywide searches that law enforcement agencies launch for missing children. Their disappearance doesn't automatically stir fears of foul play, so police are sometimes slow to investigate thoroughly. And adults can legally leave their lives behind, even if they are not thinking clearly.

''An adult has the right to be missing," said Roy Weise, senior adviser at the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services, which maintains the national list of missing people. ''The wife may think he's missing, but he may be right where he wants to be." Hospitals and homeless shelters, which often house mentally ill people, are caught in a bind, too, needing to protect clients' privacy when desperate loved ones inquire about them. ''If a family member calls me up and says, 'I'm looking for my brother,' we will get a message to that person," said John Yazwinski of Father Bill's Place homeless shelter in Quincy. But, he adds, it's up to the shelter resident whether to respond.Continued...
Page 2 of 2 --As a result, family members can feel like they're carrying out the search by themselves, circulating ''missing" flyers, maintaining websites, raising reward money, and passing along tips to law enforcement officials.

Louise Holmburg of Bristol, N.H., has turned her van into a traveling billboard about her nephew Boulet, complete with his picture on the side and an e-mail address (findlorne@yahoo.com) for tips. She said people often assume that because Boulet is 25 and weighs more than 200 pounds, he can take care of himself, but ''he's a kid at heart. . . . My best guess would be that his mind got the best of him and he walked away."

Holmburg, like other relatives of missing people with mental illness, is bitter at the lack of public interest compared with the intense focus on sensational cases like ''runaway bride" Jennifer Wilbanks, who initially claimed she had been abducted before admitting she fled because of anxiety about her wedding.

Officials at Project Jason, a Nebraska organization that spotlights missing people, said the media have covered only one of their last seven press releases about a missing adult, most of whom have mental illness.

Once mentally ill people leave their home area, advocates say, they're unlikely to be located unless police stop them by chance and run their name through the FBI's National Criminal Information Center, which has a list of missing people that is available only to law enforcement agencies.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missing and mentally ill

The private National Center for Missing Adults maintains the most extensive publicly available list (www.theyaremissed.org), but its site includes only about 1,173 names, and only a fraction of those are mentally ill.

''Not only is it like looking for a needle in a haystack, but there's a million haystacks and you're blindfolded," said Kelly Jolkowski, founder of Project Jason (www.projectjason.org), named after her 19-year-old son, who did not have a history of mental illness but disappeared from his Nebraska driveway in 2001. ''There really aren't a lot of resources for missing adults."

Many families get discouraged about the lack of progress -- and even interest -- in finding their loved one. People who have been diagnosed with mental illness are likely to be off their medications, making them more unpredictable as the weeks drag on -- and more likely to hurt themselves. Up to 40 percent of people with schizophrenia attempt suicide at some point, and people with major mental illnesses are more likely to abuse drugs, putting their safety further at risk.

James Bowman of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., suspects that his son is dead, a year and a half after he left their home in the middle of the night. Patrick Bowman, who would now be 47, suffers from bipolar disorder, which subjected him to wide and unpredictable mood swings, his father said, a problem made worse by a cocaine addiction.

''Whatever happened to him is limited only by your imagination," said the elder Bowman. ''The only thing I want is that he's not suffering."

FBI officials said the situation for families is far from hopeless. Law enforcement agencies check their database 5 million times daily, including for routine background checks of people stopped for traffic violations. Agency officials estimate that police checks of the FBI list helped in the recovery of 50,000 missing adults and children last year, though only a small fraction of that number were mentally ill adults.

Police say they take the disappearance of adults very seriously when there are doubts about the person's safety. For instance, Corpus Christi, Texas, police conducted helicopter searches of a remote beach last month where a depressed man abandoned his car after leaving a suicide note. Samuel Young Chong had dropped out of college without telling his parents, who apparently triggered Chong's disappearance when they came for what they believed would be his graduation.

Mike Walsh, commander of criminal investigations for the Corpus Christi police, said, ''We were expecting, based on the rhetoric, that we were going to find a body. Instead, police ultimately traced Chong to Los Angeles, allowing a relative to find him at an Internet cafe there and persuade him to return home.

But for every missing person like Chong, whose case has a happy ending, there are many more like Michael Jarvi of Naselle, Wash., a man with schizophrenia last seen before he abandoned his Ford Escort in an Oregon trailer park in March 2002. His parents received word from a DVD club recently that Jarvi's membership has been paid through April 2005, suggesting that he's still alive, but most of the other supposed tips have gone nowhere.

''How do you even guess where he is?" said Jarvi's father, James Jarvi. ''Every day you think about it, but you've just got to hope for the best."
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« Reply #125 on: Jan 18th, 2006, 7:18pm »

Thank you for posting this.

Here is a photo of my "traveling billboard"...

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« Reply #126 on: Jan 31st, 2006, 1:26pm »

Lorne was featured on USA Missing.

This link was provided by Jim Viola, husband of missing Patricia Viola.

http://patriciaviolamissing.homestead.com/Lorne_Boulet_on_Missing_USAMissing_Jan_7_2006.wmv
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« Reply #127 on: Feb 4th, 2006, 11:34am »

I have created and dedicated a page at TagWorld for Lorne.
Here is the link...
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Grasping at straws to get his face all over the internet.

Any suggestionshuh Open to all the help I can get!

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« Reply #128 on: Feb 4th, 2006, 3:51pm »

Another page to view Lorne's information at...

http://www.frappr.com/findlorne
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« Reply #129 on: Feb 14th, 2006, 11:06am »

Happy Valentine's Day!

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« Reply #130 on: Mar 10th, 2006, 11:07am »

Praying for answers!
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« Reply #131 on: Mar 27th, 2006, 5:48pm »

I remember you Lorne. Happy birthday
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« Reply #132 on: Apr 10th, 2006, 5:40pm »

Here is a photo of Lorne's parents, taken from a NY newspaper, that was covering the 5th Annual NY State Missing Persons' Day, in Albany, NY.

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« Reply #133 on: Apr 17th, 2006, 4:20pm »

Lorne's remains were found in Concord, NH near Interstate 93.

Positive identification has been made.

Lorne,
As we started years ago, before you left my home, our bye's will always be the same..................................I Love You, FOREVER! You will always be in my heart and the help I provide others with missing loved ones, is in YOUR name.
You have always been an angel and have now gained your wings. Soar high, happy thoughts, and a lot of love for you to take.
We will love you forever and miss you just as long!
I love you, forever!
Love Always,
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No arrangements have been made, nor discussed. If you would to be notified when this happens, EMAIL me at.......

FindLorne@yahoo.com

I will send out a mailer to all that write.

Thank you for your support, love, hope, prayers, and continued concern.

May Lorne rest in peace with our Lord.

Love to ALL of You,
Auntie Wease to Lorne Boulet (forever & always)
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« Reply #134 on: Apr 17th, 2006, 8:57pm »

Here is an article........

http://www.concordmonitor.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060417/REPOSITORY/60417002/1030
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